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Welcome to Amateur Radio Station K6ATZ  •  ex KQ6MM, KD6ALY and WN2SWQ  •  First licensed 1973, relicensed 1991
QTH Cupertino, CA USA  •  Santa Clara County   ARRL Section SCV   CA QSO Party SCLA  •  CQ3   ITU6   Grid CM87xh



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  Farm 3: slanted roof
  Farm 2: flat roof
  Flagpole antenna
  AEA Halo-6 Loop «
  Farm 1: peaked roof

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  California QSO Party

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AEA Halo 6 Loop

I've had several requests for a copy of the AEA Halo 6 six meter loop assembly instructions.

To save you the trouble of contacting me, here they are in PDF format, along with page one of the vintage 1997 AEA catalog describing the product. Just click on the images below to open, or right-click to download.

The loop is 27" in diameter, the ceramic spacers are 1-1/4", and the stabilizing rod with endcaps is 25-3/4".

There is also a 1996 QST Review of this antenna available on the ARRL website in the members section. For my own quick mini-review, see the antenna farm pages.

AEA Halo 6 Assembly Instructions

AEA 1997 Catalog page 1

 

Other station articles:
Antenna Tower Project: MA-40 Rotatable Crank-up
Antenna Farm 3: The Slanted Roof Solution
Antenna Farm 2: The Flat Roof Challenge
Flagpole Antenna Project • Antenna Farm 1



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